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Life Cycle Assessment
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Life Cycle Assessment

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This game-style resource encourages students to broaden their thinking on the environmental impact drinking a fizzy drink can have. It includes the students working out which fizzy drinks container (glass bottle, plastic bottle, or aluminium can) has the lowest environmental impact in a fun and engaging way. The activity is versatile and can be tailored to suit the class size and ability. The suggested target audience for this resource is GCSE students as part of their curriculum, and A-level students as an additional resource on sustainability and critical thinking. The information within the resources is compatible with AQA, Edexcel and OCR examination boards.
Buffers - A level chemistry revision session
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Buffers - A level chemistry revision session

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This circuit-style resource allows students to test, improve and apply their knowledge on the A-Level topic of buffer solutions. It involves a variety of activities to be used as revision on an important topic. The activities can be used in a variety of situations at the discretion of the teacher to suit the needs of the class. The target audience is A-level students working on the AQA, OCR, WJEC, and Edexcel examination boards.
How Clean is Your Car?
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How Clean is Your Car?

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The resource introduces topics such as biofuels, fossil fuels, electric cars, hybrid cars, environmental impact and fuel cells. The activities are very versatile and can be tailored for use depending on class size and ability. The suggested target audience for this resource are A-level and higher set GCSE students. The information within the resources is compatible with AQA, Edexcel and OCR examination boards.
Should Plastic Have a Future?
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Should Plastic Have a Future?

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The aim of this debate-style activity is to understand different opinions of using plastic and the advantages and disadvantages of using plastic in everyday life. This resource can be used as an introduction to the topic of polymers (specifically the disposal of polymers) or as a revision tool once the topic has been covered. The resource is suitable to use for AQA, Edexcel, OCR. The aim is to understand different opinions of using plastic and the advantages and disadvantages of using plastic in everyday life.